[governance] IGF MAG 2018: NO NEWS
Chris Prince Udochukwu Njoku
udochukwu.njoku at unn.edu.ng
Mon Jan 1 10:21:14 EST 2018
If the archive is really needful, I'll be excited to see what Tapani can
make out of what Devon and Deirdre have (for Deirdre's archive is quite a
lot). Success in the project (as Devon rightly identified it) will be
great and replicable in similar instances.
Happy New Year to all, too. In Nigeria, people ushered in the the new year
with bonfire, fireworks, firecrackers, masquerading, and New Year's Eve
whoop-de-do. They are happy and full of positive expectations against the
disappointments and difficulties of 2017.
On Jan 1, 2018 2:07 PM, "Arsène Tungali" <arsenebaguma at gmail.com> wrote:
I think this is a great move in trying to recover archives of the IGC.
@Tapani, can we consider you taking the lead on this? So anyone else
who want to help can send you a line so you can collaborate?
2018-01-01 10:49 UTC+02:00, Tapani Tarvainen <tapani.tarvainen at effi.org>:
> I have reconstructed Mailman archives out of messages collected from
> sundry sources. It is doable, sometimes even easy, sometimes harder,
> depending on various factors like whether you can get the messages
> "raw" (including all headers) or if they're only in some webmail-only
> things without even any download option other than cut'n'paste or
> saving as html.
> If people feel reconstructing the old list archives would be worthwhile,
> I might give it a go. If you want to help in that and have a larg(ish)
> part of the archive, drop me a line describing what you have, or actually
> preferably just the headers of the *earliest* list message you have.
> In any case,
> Happy new year 2018 to all!
> On Sun, Dec 31, 2017 at 07:24:48PM -0400, Deirdre Williams
> (williams.deirdre at gmail.com) wrote:
>> Good idea Devon - would it work?
>> I also have a fairly large archive in my email going back to 2008 at
>> Perhaps among us we can reconstitute a lot of what seems to be lost?
>> Happy New Year - it gets here in about 5 hours :-)
>> On 31 December 2017 at 19:09, Devon Blake <devonrb at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > I'm pretty sure I have all the communications for quite a few years, as
>> > I
>> > haven't deleted anything.
>> > Devon
>> > On Fri, Dec 29, 2017 at 10:42 AM, Jeremy Malcolm <jmalcolm at eff.org>
>> > wrote:
>> >> On 29/12/17 6:39 am, Renata Aquino Ribeiro wrote:
>> >> > Thank you for this new list.
>> >> > What will happen to the old archives?
>> >> Unfortunately, it seems that they are gone forever. When the IGC's
>> >> last
>> >> hosting company went bankrupt and left us without access to the server
>> >> except via the web, I went and downloaded all of the mail archives and
>> >> transferred them to the new virtual server. But then when I regained
>> >> access to the new machine recently when I was trying to get the
>> >> mailing
>> >> list working again, the archives had been deleted in the meantime. I
>> >> don't know how or by whom. But unless a backup was taken at our
>> >> hosting
>> >> provider Digital Ocean (and I can't check this, because I don't have
>> >> the
>> >> login), this means the archives are lost for good.
>> >> --
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>> “The fundamental cure for poverty is not money but knowledge" Sir William
>> Arthur Lewis, Nobel Prize Economics, 1979
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